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-image-The Slacker’s Guide – Your Daily Dose of RPG: DragonFable

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The Slacker’s Guide – Your Daily Dose of RPG: DragonFable: “For this week’s game, amigo and aspiring programmer Patrick Roanhouse pointed out DragonFable, a cool Flash-based role playing game. And thanks to him, I’m now somewhat obsessed with earning enough money to buy a pig that knows martial arts to add to my party”

(Via The Mac Observer.)

-image-HP to unveil iMac competitor with Vista

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HP to unveil iMac competitor with Vista: "HP is developing the IQ770, a new all-in-one PC nicknamed 'Crossfire' to coincide with the official release of Windows Vista. The new system is expected to represent both a showcase for Vista's features as well as a direct challenge to Apple's emblematic iMac, and will be the first widely available touchscreen desktop to ship with a stylus that all... (Via MacNN.) Read more [...]

-image-MacForge: Open Source for the Mac Community

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MacForge: Open Source for the Mac Community: “Welcome to MacForge

MacForge is your source to find open source projects out on the net that work on the Mac, or are likely to work on the Mac. Thanks to MacForge, there’s no need to sift through huge listings of open source that you can’t use.”

(Via macforge.)

-image-View hidden files in Firefox and Camino

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View hidden files in Firefox and Camino: "Normally I use OnyX or Terminal to view hidden files. By accident today, I dragged a folder from the Finder onto my Firefox window, and it showed all the files in that folder (including the hidden ones). If you click on a file, it will download, or you can drag the links to an application in the Dock, etc. to open them. For instance, I normally need to view hidden files if I need to edit a text file. You can just drag the text file straight onto a text Read more [...]

-image-iPod Mini Flash Drive Hack – entrenched Radio Forums

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iPod Mini Flash Drive Hack – entrenched Radio Forums: “My iPod is now an 8GB Solid State device and I can shake it all day with no skipping or damage to the disk!”

(Via entrenched.)

-image-Apple’s Black Friday deals: ‘Ready. Set. Shop.’

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Apple's Black Friday deals: 'Ready. Set. Shop.': "Apple on Friday (at 3 a.m. EST) posted its 'Black Friday' special deals on Macs, iPods, and related accessories. The day after US Thanksgiving (Thursday) is the official start of the holiday season. The company is expected to offer discounts of up to $101 on iMacs and MacBooks, a special one-year membership rate to its .Mac services for $68, discou... (Via Apple ca.) Read more [...]

-image-FotoMagico 1.8 & Aperature

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FotoMagico 1.8 now integrates
libraries from Apple’s Aperture software in the Images tab so that
photos in the Aperture Library can be accessed directly from within
FotoMagico. The addition of the “New with Template” command makes it
easier for users to create slide shows with the correct settings for the
final presentation environment.


-image-Glider Pro

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Glider Pro: "Glider Pro is a game that has been around for a few years and has been a Mac classic. You control a paper airplane and make your way thru different houses. It’s now free. The message from the developer’s site: Welcome. Since Casady & Greene Inc. went bankrupt, the rights to the game Glider have reverted to me, the author. To that end, Glider PRO and Glider 4.0 are now free and I am giving them away for free download on this web site. Casady and Greene were a wonderful company Read more [...]

-image-Danger Mouse Red USB laser mouse now shipping

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Danger Mouse Red USB laser mouse now shipping: “MacMice today announced that it’s new Danger Mouse Red USB laser mouse is shipping…”


(Via MacMinute.)

-image-Apple chooses PortalPlayer for iPhone chip

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Apple chooses PortalPlayer for iPhone chip: “Soon to be acquired by Nvidia, PortalPlayer has been selected to provide an applications processor part for the as-yet-unnannounced iPhone, an analyst explains.

(Via Macworld UK.)

-image-Canadian Morneau wins AL MVP

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Canadian Morneau wins AL MVP: “Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau of New Westminster, B.C., made history Tuesday by being named the American League’s most valuable player, the first Canadian to win the award.”

(Via CBC | Sports News.)

-image-The GUTS of the ZUNE

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-image-Weather Channel widget and Screen Saver

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Weather Channel widget and Screen Saver: “The Weather Channel is now offering a free weather Dashboard widget and Screen Saver for Mac OS X”

(Via The Mac Observer.)

-image-AMP your Mac’s Webserver

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AMP your Mac’s Webserver: “Most of us know that OS X includes a powerful webserver, but most of us don’t use it. In this two-part Freelaoder we’ll take a look at what you can do with the Open Source power of Apache, MySQL and PHP on your local machine.

(Via MacMerc.)

-image-Consumer Reports: Don’t Buy the Extended Warranty (Unless It’s AppleCare)

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Consumer Reports: Don't Buy the Extended Warranty (Unless It's AppleCare): "Consumer Reports published a report urging its readers to avoid all extended warranties with two exceptions: AppleCare for Macintosh computers and extended warranties for rear-projection microdisplay TVs. The magazine said that Apple's policy of offering only 90 days of phone support for its Macs gives AppleCare value" (Via The Mac Observer.) Read more [...]